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Townsend rules the boards for Wildcats

    In the game of basketball there are many skills that come in to play. Shooting, ball handling and passing are always at the top of most players list. Having all those skills are great, but you can't pass, shoot or dribble if you don't have the ball and…
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Prep Football Roundup (Sept. 25, 2015)

Shaw 33, JFK 18 The Shaw Hawks welcomed the John F. Kennedy Hornets into town Friday to kickoff Region 2-1A action. The Hawks proved to be too much in the third quarter by outscoring the Hornets 20-6 to pull away for the victory. The Hawks led 13-12 at halftime. Shaw…
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Coleman-Dancer dazzles in Battle of 61 win

The “Battle of 61” proved to be one of the more breath taking crosstown clashes here Friday night at Parker Field-McCool Stadium. The Cleveland High School Wildcats and the East Side Trojans lit up the scoreboard. At the end of the evening, the Wildcats escaped with a 41-36 victory. Cleveland…
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Lady Colts head to state as No. 2 seed

  The Bayou Academy Lady Colts had to play themselves out of the losers bracket on Monday, but finished strong to take second in the North AAA State Tournament, held at Bear Pen Park in Cleveland. Head Coach Lauren LaSuzzo said overall she felt really good about the team's performance…
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Bayou wins Simpson Tourney

    The Bayou Academy Lady Colts had a good weekend on the softball diamond as they won the Simpson Academy Softball Tournament in Mendenhall Saturday.   Bayou improved to 8-3. The Lady Colts lost the first game 3-2 but won the next three games. They defeated Tri-County 7-2, Canton 11-5…
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Bell rings true on the court

Tonneisha (Woo) Bell lives and breathes basketball. She will tell you that most of her thoughts are consumed with some form of the sport each day. Every opportunity she is afforded is devoted to dribbling, shooting or even talking about basketball. This love and devotion to hoops is something that…
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